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Mon Casque M1

"Battle Battered" US NAVY

"Battle Battered" US NAVY

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The M1 "Ocean Grey" helmet worn by men who defended the seas and oceans . "Semper Fortis" - " Always Courageous"

At sea, beyond the continents

Regardless of the mission and wherever it may be, the US Navy is always ready to sail the waters of the world and strike the enemy. Supporting the infantry or serving as a spearhead, it has never backed down around the world.

From Landing Craft to Destroyer

The US Navy sailor never leaves his M1 helmet. From the LCVP pilot in Normandy to the anti-aircraft ammunition supplier on his destroyer, he takes care to never lose his steel pot.


Original Austrian-made steel M1 US WW2 infantry helmet shell produced between 1975 and 1990. Rear seam and swivel chinstrap loops, Reproduction of helmet chin straps in OD#3 color. Repainted in Olive Drab 7, a shade used by the American military between 1936 and 1944. The shell features a textured finish due to the addition of cork during the painting process.

Replica Liner

Recent plastic reproduction of the M1-type helmet liner. Similar to the US M1 model, it includes a sweatband, front grommet, and a faux brown leather chin strap.

Fiber Liner

Surplus M1-type compressed fiber helmet liner, of Belgian origin (ABL). Comes with a sweatband, brown leather chin strap, and neckband. It also features the typical front grommet found on American helmet liners.


1.4 kg


Helmet Shell: Steel
Chin Strap: Cotton
Hardware: Metal

Keep in mind

All of our helmet shells are made of steel and are surplus military equipment. Some are over 50 years old. They may show signs of use and aging due to storage. Although they are repainted and refurbished, some evidence of their past use remains visible.


The helmet liner is one size fits all, but it is adjustable in depth and head circumference.

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Soldats de l'US Navy sur une plage de Normandie avec leurs casques US M1 avec marquage USN

"Battle Battered" US NAVY

The US navy experienced substantial growth in the years leading up to World War II, with the revival of battleship production in 1937, starting with the USS North Carolina (BB-55) ship. During the early years of the war, while the US was still neutral, they continued to expand their fleet by increasing the production of ships of various sizes.

  • Vue latérale du casque complet US Navy

    "Battle Battered" US NAVY paint

    The paint used on this Battle Battered version is the same as on our other helmets. It's Olive Drab, a color used by the US army between 1936 and 1944, followed by a US Navy Grey paint.

  • Gros pan de la texture du casque complet US Navy

    "Battle Battered" US NAVY texture

    Recent plastic reproduction of the M1-style liner helmet. Similar to the US M1 with a sweatband, front grommet, and brown faux leather chinstrap.

  • Gros plan de la jugulaire du casque complet US Navy

    "Battle Battered" US NAVY chin strap

    La jugulaire du casque lourd est une reproduction réalisée par Mon Casque M1 avec de la sangle tissée copiée sur le modèle de l'époque. La bouclerie métallique est d'origine militaire d'après guerre.

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